Are you interested in getting your High School Equivalency, but not sure where to start? The Young Adult Literacy Program (YALP) is here to help! The program is open to students aged 16-24, and offers four days of classes per week, as well as one day of service learning and job shadowing to help build your resume. When you complete YALP, you’ll be able to take the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) to determine your eligibility for High School Equivalency.
Date: July 3
Event Categories: Academic Enrichment/Support, Age: Young Adults (20-24), Education: GED/HSE, Reading/Literacy
Website: Click Here
Organizer: Queens Library – Central Branch
Phone: (718) 990-0700
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